Remember MeeGo? Announced back at Mobile World Congress 2010, the platform made by Nokia and Intel is tempting enough to have the mobile operator Orange announce a partnership based on it. We remind you that MeeGo merges Nokia and Intel’s Linux initiatives, Maemo and Moblin, respectively.


Thanks to the new partnership, Orange will deliver multimedia services on a number of Intel Atom-based devices, using the MeeGo platform. This includes smartphones, netbooks and tablets, all with support for Orange TV, Orange Maps and Orange Signature Services.

It will be interesting to see Nokia Maps competing with Orange Maps, in spite of the two companies working together.

[via mobilebusinessbriefing]

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